CDs AvailableBy Peter Naulls. Published: 23rd Jul 2003, 09:45:59 | Permalink | Printable
Drobe Special Projects
You'll recall that we
recently made available videos of presentations from the Wakefield 2003 show in our new media section.
Of course, at a total of around 1.5GB these videos are sizeable, which even with broadband, could take you a couple of hours to download. As was hinted in previous articles, we're now able to offer those videos on 2 CDs for an extremely reasonble, cost-only price.
The first CD contains presentations from Simtec and MicroDigital, and the second contains the RISCOS Ltd presentation, two shorter views of the show and audio only MP3 streams of the three presentations. All the movies on CD are in MPEG format, playable on your RISC OS machine with KinoAmp. The price is 6UKP including postage for both CDs or 3.50UKP for just one.
Please send your payment to:
Drobe Special Projects
45 Water Street
Make any cheques payable to Peter Naulls, and if you only want one CD, please include a note saying which one. Contact me for non-UK payment and postage.
We again take this opportunity to thank Julian Zimmerle for creating these movies.
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